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Difficult Path of Practice, 1 Definition(s)

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According to Pure Land teaching, all conventional Buddhist ways of practice and cultivation (Zen, Theravada, the Vinaya School ...), which emphasize self power and self reliance. This is contrasted to the Easy Path of Practice, that is, the Pure Land method, which relies on both self power and other power (the power and assistance of the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas).
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· Path
The path leading to Supreme Enlightenment, to Buddhahood.
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· Easy Path of Practice
Refers to Pure Land practice. The Easy Path involves reliance on the power of th...
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· Practice
For theory, practice and realization, s. pariyatti.
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· Eightfold Path
The eight right ways leading to the cessation of sufferings. Right Vi...
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· Middle Path
See Middle Way.
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· Mahayana Path
A clear realization in the mental continuum of a Bodhisattva or a Buddha. There ...
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· True path
A spiritual path held by a wisdom directly realizing emptiness. See Joyful Path ...
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· Vast path
The vast path includes all the method practices from the initial cultivation of ...
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· Profound path
The profound path includes all the wisdom practices that lead to a direct realiz...
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· Supramundane path
Any path leading to liberation or enlightenment aE for example, the realizations...
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· Path Condition
magga-paccaya, is one of the 24 conditions (paccaya).
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· Path Result
(fruition): phala.
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· Wrong Path
micchā-magga.
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· Graduated Path
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